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TCA Awards: Abbott Elementary Takes Program Of The Year 2022

Los Angeles’ numbers prompted a shortsighted concern over the 2022 , which did not take place in person as intended. As usual, the winners were announced virtually. Despite the bad news, ABC’s freshman phenomenon, “”, dominated the evening.

“Abbott” was nominated for seven . It won four, including Program of the Year, Outstanding New Program, Outstanding Achievement in Comedy, and Individual Achievement in Comedy for creator and star .

There has been an award for Program of the Year every year since 1985. There have been several recent winners of the award, such as “Ted Lasso,” “Watchmen,” “Fleabag” and “The Americans.”As part of the Drama category, “Succession” was awarded Outstanding Achievement, and “Dopesick” won in the Movie, Miniseries, or Special category.

A surprise award was given to for her achievement in drama in a historic field. As part of the show’s final season, she received an award for her performance. “I Think You Should Leave with ” won the Variety, Talk or Sketch Award while “The Babysitter’s Club,” which was not renewed by Netflix, won the Youth Programming Award.

Streamers won the only award this year. News and Information were won by ’s “The Beatles: Get Back” and Reality Programming was tied between “The Amazing Race” and “Legendary.” If HBO Max renews the latter, it will become the first show to get a season four renewal.

The Career Achievement Award was also tied, with Ted Danson and both being named to a long list of historic television contributors. In this year’s Heritage Award ceremony, “I Love Lucy” is honored as the best classic television program.TCA Pres.

and Salon TV Critic Melanie McFarland stated in a release, “Tonight was supposed to be our first time celebrating the TCA Awards in person since 2019 — unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be.”. I am honored to present the TCA Awards to this year’s recipients regardless of this development.

All of them contributed to making the 2021-2022 television season one of the best in recent memory. We sincerely congratulate all of our honorees and look forward to seeing you in person in 2023.”

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